Bechtel is partnering with Conservation International to increase resilience in Iloilo in the Phillippines
This case study examines how we can deliver projects that combine nature-based (green), traditional infrastructure (grey) and disaster risk reduction (DRR) solutions.
Fixing environmental and health hazards in Ethiopia showed Bechtel the challenges of, and community opportunities to make life better for local residents.
Experts from Conservation International share insights on what businesses and governments need to forge a successful partnership to deliver fresh water.
Access to water is a global issue that, according to the World Resources Institute, affects more than a billion people. By 2025, it is estimated that 3.5 billion people may live with extreme water scarcity. Bechtel colleagues and partners today work with vulnerable communities around the world to build resilient infrastructure and improve access to safe, reliable drinking water.
Enhanced collaboration between civil society, government, and business in the planning, design and implementation of core and social infrastructures should grow economies; build resiliency; and help to solve societal problems.
Global megatrends require a step-change in the way we design, construct and operate structures and systems that will benefit society for the long term.